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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Areal Focus Wednesday, July 2 l, 2004 Page Health fair -- from pagel z Darla Bloch and David Van Loh were two of the Westbrook Ambulance squad on hand to do blood pressure checks Another individual reported Judging by" the number that her testing last year of people attending, the day indicated high cholesterol was successful. Rick levels. She is now on med- Nordahl, Assistant ication to control her tholes- Administrator of Westbrook terol. Health Center, summarized The Sioux Valley hell- the day in one word, copter and its three-man "'Fabulous." Cooke crew were on hand. The Coorman and Barb crew consists of a pilot, Surprenant were in charge flight medic, and flight of many of the arrangements nurse. The air ambulance for the d'ay. They agreed travels about 162 miles per that Saturday's fair was a hour, making the trip from success because of volun- Westbrook to Sioux Vallev teers from the three area in about 30 minutes. Before hospitals working well least, good weather allowed together. Louise Gervais participants and workers to and her staff at End-O-Line have a pleasant Saturday Park were very helpful, morning outdoors. Last, but not necessarily Dolly Phelps is enjoying her assigned job of serving milk at the pancake breakfast. Engeswick Gardens Open House Engeswick Gardens are having their annual open house on July 24 and 25 from 1-7 PM. Engeswick Gardens are located 3 miles north of Storden on Hwy. 5. They have added several new items and flowers. Come and spend an after- noon strolling through the many gardens, Firemen discuss - from page 1 Ford Ankrum gave the monthly maintenance report. The council approved putting some rock in front of the liquor store on the west side, and purchasing an impact wrench at an approx- imate cost of $550. They will also look into hiring someone to supervise the installation of the new playground equipment. The Walnut Grove Area Jaycees have agreed to furnish the labor for the project. David Nester, Nester and Nester, presented the financial statement. A building permit for a house addition was approved for Andy Foster. Problems with rusty water along 8th Street were discussed. More flushing will have to be done to try to eliminate this. Merna Malmberg, police chief, gave the police report. Discussion was held on yards that need to be cleaned up around town. She will deliver letters informing the residents they have 30 days to clean up their yards or a citation will be issued. The council set Tuesday July 27, for a special meet- ing to sell bonds to finance the remainder of the 2004 Street and Utility Project in the amont of $895,000. The loan and grant the city received from Rural 30RD OINT TION FAMILY Focus Development was not ,UNiTY quate to finance the eJ 4UNII"Y project. The council agree p:es$::0 to conduct 1 study at the 1 liquor store, as som interested in urehas ,j and opening a new bus']  ne: Police Log: Burgl Check Forgery 1, A. tl: '28, ', Complaints 2, Order Harassmen 3, Theft m,,p m, Stolen Vehicle 1, Stl /_/ Trailer 1, Residence Chet "'* ce Vandalism 2, S Warrants 2, stolen V was recovered in M arl ,4xrests: Speeding 2,  for Harassment, FeloL. _ and Gross Misdemean-orTf al DM&E diesel locomotive of We display in i. nda Walnut Groved o On Saturday, JulY r., the Dakota Mi'nnesochant Eastern Railroad will lTribun tively have on displE diesel locomotive for pU tour. This display is con gent on rail traffic and s' ability of a locomotive. The locomotive located just east of 1 Street in Walnut Grow Saturday. Local busin will be updated on Frill to the status of this eve [,NUT G] kl third ounts wi h aou I kst w( :e, mat less t] k att t bu ,risk ) ilder ,kend hout. .nd  with tk awin , md k i war ( a )f good ] ma( the crew can accept a flight to Westbrook in the daytime, cloud level must be no less than 1000 feet, and visibility must be three miles. At night those numbers increase to 2000 feet and five miles. Weather fore- casts must also indicate no change in those conditions for the duration of the flight. Kiwanians from Westbrook, ]'racy, and S]ayton combined their efforts to serve a pancake breakfast until 10 AiM. At noon. T-Tommy of Currie served lunch. .... FOR SALE Sheila Krick Home 853 Adams Ave., Westbrook, MN. 56183 1 1/2 story - main floor - 2 bedrooms, full bath, C/A, double det. garage. Across street from Trinity Church  $26,500 Contact Westbrook Realb Dennis Klute, Broker 507-274-5514 or Sales Persorl, Ike 274-6602 New Listing 5 Bedroom, 2 story home on 6.5 acres. Located 1-1/2 mile north of Revere, MN. Updated windows, siding, furnace & A/C. Rural Water paid in full Asking price $79,500. New Listing: 7 acre Farmstead and 153 acres bare land (can be split) 14 miles northeast of Walnut Grove or 3 miles southeast of Lucan, site has attractive trees / grove with new 1997 40x60 machine shed, nice spot for new home or repair smaller 3 belroom home, double garage, barn. $35,000 for 7 acres, SE P Section 34, Granite Rock Township. Contact Ken Wiesen at :me policy tailored t0 meet your needs 'operty Liability Umbrella HORTHWEsTERH FARM MANAGEMENT CO. P.O. BOX 494 MARSHALL, MN 56258 (507) 532-5120 Find it fast in the Sentinel Tribune Service and Business Directory WEST00, S LOCKE, 0000EversC,,ro,.rac000000 Bacon - Ham - Sausage :? Westbrook Area :: i{::x Retail Meats Wellness Center ............ Custom Slaughtering - Sides & Quarters Dr. Mark A. Evers; Dr. Denise A. Evers g: Deer Processing Available 648 7th St., Westbrook, MN 536 1st Ave., Westbrook Tim Wester, owner 507-274-5900 507-274-5200 Tues. & Thurs. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  ............................................. ....................................................... : State Bank of Lucan i i,  Tracy Service Serving the area since 1936 v  Center 106 Main Street, Lucan, MN.56255 Tom Hahn, Owner 507-747-2214 or Phone toll free 888-747-2214 Member FDIC Fax: 507-747-2160 DON'S PLUMBING for all your pmbing, heating, & air conditioning needs call 507-274-5316 I appreciate your business. Don Paplow Dave's Custom Woodworking Dave J. Schneider, owner Call me for any woodworking projects such as: * Craft Projects * End Tables * Entertainment Centers * Book Cases and more! Give Dave a call at 1-507-227-4937 and we can draw up a plan together. All custpm built to suit your needs! Jackels Construction, Inc. New Homes Additions Remodeling Siding Garages Doors Windows Shingling Finish Work Design & Drafting Matt Jackels, owner 274-5499 or 360-6420 Licensed & Insured Lic.#20276150 410 Craig Ave, Tracy, MN. 56175 507-629243 Julie's Studio 10 Family hair care & nail design. Hair, Nails, Tanning & Waxing Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 12 - 8 Wed. & Fri. 9:00 - 5:00 Sat. 9:00 - 1:00 341 6th St. Walnut Grove, MN. 507-859-2000 Tracy Ace Home Gramstad Center Lumber Co. 629-3042 648-3571 Tracy, MN Sanborn, MN Hardware and Building Materials for Home and Farm Cindy M Jensen , Windom FaM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES (5071 831-3808  .... '" STEFFEN ELECTRIC NETWORK Since 1939 Electrical Contractor Appliance Sales & Service 507-859-2114 ,aura he fries DUANE'S BODY SHOP ,pie to Auto Body Repair & Refinishi (r. rafteeke's Specializing in auto glass i ede Call 507-274-6655 ?agear 1018 4th St., Westbrook, MN. Duane Ourada owner G & R ELECTRIC 168 4th St., Tracy, MN. 56175 ',, Maytag, Magic Chef, Jenn Air RCA & GE TV's & VCR & DirecTv We service all makes and models , Residential & Commercial Wiring Phone 507-629-4250 e-mail: elect( Revere Auto.Body & Glass $25 Gift Certificate at Largo, or the Med Club with a replacement or $500.00 Body Work. FREE pick up & delivery. We can handle all your insurance needs. 40 years + experience. 1-800-752-8 103 Wde range o( products Life =rtJrance and r, twe I-ddimurae Retirement plato And other berf  o mndx,,p pad Rdml, I 314 AetJ 1 Thrivent Firndol for Lutherons" 507-44S- 321 203 R6D3 200203510 2002fo Birkholz & Rye ATTORNEYS AT LAW Daniel A. Birkholz 101 South 7th St., St. James, MN 56081-0461 Phone 507-375-3374 Fax 507-375-3375 E-mail: I FISHER PRIMARY EYE CARE CLINIC Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ru anass, diagno,s & ttetapy "Cat=ts - pre-op & po-op care "Glaucoma- dgnosis & * Eyelid Problems - diagnosis & referrer Refractive laser surgery - & care Dr. M.R. Fisher 507-831-3478 230 Tenth St., Wlndom, MN 56101 Age-reted macu  - aags & treatment Foce body rernovaJ Treatment o( ocular pathology "Contact kmses & glasses avaitab, if needed If you would like to have your message appear on this directory, please contact Diane Dick at 274-6136 or 800-410-1859